Convert Excel to image via command line

The best tool I’ve ever used to convert documents such as PDF, Word, HTML, and Excel to image files is the command line version of VeryPDF Document Converter (docPrint Pro) . This tool is so powerful that it can convert all printable documents to a large amount of image file formats like EPS, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNM, EMF, PPM PCX, PNG, TGA, and AVS. So, VeryPDF docPrint Pro is definitely worth a try.

You can get a trial version by clicking docPrint Pro. You can use it to convert Excel to image files for 50 times. You can install the application anywhere on your computer. This article recommends you to create a temporary folder to store all the input file and a folder to export all the output files on the same disk where the executable file is located. For example, if you install docPrint Pro on disk D, you can create a folder named in on disk D to contain all the input files and a folder named out on disk D to contain all output files.

After you install the application, please go to open the command prompt window. You should do as follows if you are a Window XP user: click Start, > click Run, > type cmd or CMD in the Run dialog box. > press Enter or click OK. The command prompt window will immediately pop out.

The last step is to type a command line in the command prompt window. The basic usage of the executable file of docPrint Pro is doc2pdf [options] <-i Document Files> [-o Output]. The following are some examples:

If the executable file, and the mentioned temporary folders created by you are on the same disk like disk D, you can first type d: and press Enter to move to disk D first and then type a command line as follows:

“docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” –i in\*.xls -o out\*.png

If not, you need to type each entire directory in the command prompt window as follows:

“D:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i E:\in\*.xls -o E:\out\*.png

You can also use docPrint Pro to convert single Excel file to an image file, for example:

“D:\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe” -i E:\in.xls -o E:\out.png

Don’t forget to press Enter after you type a command line. VeryPDF docPrint Pro can instantly convert Excel to image files or file.

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